Tooth loss can be one of the most devastating things to occur to your oral health. While most dental issues can impact your oral health in multiple ways, losing one or more teeth can negatively affect almost every aspect of your smile. From its appearance to the way in which your bite functions, the consequences of tooth loss can be significant. Fortunately, rebuilding your smile afterward doesn’t have to be as complicated as it might seem. With our extensive experience in dental implant treatment and our array of advanced dental technologies, we can help make placing and restoring your dental implants a more minimally invasive process than you might expect.

Performing the entire treatment in-house

The traditional process of placing and restoring dental implants typically requires multiple visits to different oral health specialists’ office. During one visit, you’ll have your dental implant posts placed within your dental ridge. Then, months later, you can visit another office to have your restoration permanently affixed to the implants. However, at our office, we can perform every step of your dental implant treatment under one roof. From planning your treatment and placing your dental implant posts, to designing and securing a highly lifelike restoration to them, you won’t have to visit a different office throughout the course of your treatment.

Digitally designing your treatment plan

In-house dental implant placement and restoration is possible thanks to our fully outfitted, in-house dental laboratory. Utilizing advanced dental technology allows us to more precisely plan your implant treatment and guide the surgical process for optimal results. For instance, we can create digital 3D models of your teeth and oral structures to determine the exact state of your oral health, including the health and integrity of your jawbone structure. A digital surgical guide will also help ensure that every implant post is placed in the exact place and at the exact position as planned.

Using small-diameter dental implant posts

In addition to highly advanced and precise treatment planning, advanced dental technology also provides us with a variety of different types of implant posts to serve every patient’s unique needs. For instance, small-diameter dental implant posts can be placed in your jawbone even if it’s lost some of its mass and density. This can help many patients rebuild their smiles without having to undergo additional surgeries first, such as jawbone grafting to strengthen the dental ridge.

Learn about minimally invasive implant treatment

Dental implant treatment is a big deal for your oral health, and our goal is to help make the entire process of rebuilding your smile more minimally invasive. To learn more, schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414. We proudly serve the residents of Ft. Worth, Dallas, Southlake, and all surrounding communities.